18th century in LGBT rights

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1704[edit]

  • 12 December - The Province of New Jersey adopted a statute issuing a general pardon for almost all pending prosecutions including those for same-sex intercourse and they were abandoned as of that date.[1]

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  • 8 July - The Province of New Jersey adopted a statute imposing a duty on those bringing into the colony people convicted various crimes, including sodomites.[1]

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